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. the "new york times" reporting u.s. officials in the obama administration began to believe a no fly zone by itself would make no difference. these officials, "the times" reporting says began pushing for what's called a no drive zone, specifically the use of u.s. military air strikes to cut down gadhafi's ground forces to tanks and heavy artillery. the u.s. push for tonight's vote on the security council. the resolution approved 10-0 with five countries abstaining says that the u.n., quote, will take all necessary measures to protect civilians and civilian populated areas under threat of attack in libya including bin ghazi. if you're worried about u.s. ground forces going into libya, here is the next part of the resolution. while excluding a foreign occupation force of any form on any part of libyan territory. well, after the vote the united states ambassador to the u.n., susan rice, spoke to reporters today the security council has responded to the libyan people's cry for help. this council's purpose is clear. to protect innocent civilians. >> secretary of state hillary clinton said toda
that it is u.s. policy that gadhafi needs to go. >> needs to go. those are big words. it sounds like president obama wants regime change in libya. that doesn't match with what admiral mike mullen the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff said on sunday. >> the goals of this campaign right now, again, are limited and it isn't -- it isn't about seeing him go. it's about supporting the united nations resolution, which talked to limiting or eliminating the -- his ability to kill his own people. >> so regime change. we want it but just not now on this mission. the president and admiral mullen don't seem to be speaking from one voice. after ten years in afghanistan, eight years in iraq, americans i think have got war fatigue. i've one of of them. i think we all deserve clarity on this issue. today president obama explained this won't be a long-term operation. >> obviously the situation is evolving on the ground and how quickly this transfer takes place will be determined by the recommendations of our commanding officers. our initial focus is taking out libyan air defenses so that a no fly zone can o
tonight. the plot thickens. here we go with the secret order signed by the president, authorizing covert u.s. government operations to support the rebels in libya? that's our lead story with commentary tonight. we are headed towards a government shutdown to satisfy the tea party. that may be where speaker john boehner is willing to go. and congress and darrell issa, mr. investigation dude, says the president is corrupt. issa says earmarks are bad. but guess who supported earmarks that benefited himself. that's "the takedown" coming up tonight. >>> this is the story we start with, that has me fired up tonight. it wasn't supposed to go like this, but this is how it's unfolding. reuters reporting there are american boots on the ground in libya. president obama has signed a secret order authorizing covert u.s. government support for rebel forces in libya, officials tell reuters. the order was signed within the past two or three weeks. tonight "the new york times" is reporting the central intelligence agency has inserted clandestine operatives into libya to gather intelligence for military air st
. the constant phoenix are converted boeing 707s 130 feet over 400 miles an hour. the u.s. military has delivered high-pressure water pumps to the fukushima daiichi plant. we now continue with ed schultz. good night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight. the latest on the crisis in japan. coming up later in the program, the bitter struggle right here in the united states that may be in desperate need of a leader. as the right wing assault on the middle class continues, unabated in michigan, and ohio. president obama's team is looking for new ways to fire up the base. if the president wants to fire up the base, he should stand with the wage earners who are fighting the good fight in those states. >>> but of course, the first story tonight is just, how dangerous is the nuclear crisis in the country of japan. that is a big question mark at this hour. u.s. officials warn if the situation is not under control within the next 24 to 48 hours, the country could be facing an ordeal that will, quote, be deadly for decades. one official tells abc news it would be hard to describe ho
-hour war room at their headquarters operation center in rockville, maryland. the u.s. has sent more personnel to help the japan response overall than any other country, so far it's 148 >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. our lead story tonight a live report coming up from japan in just a moment. the unfolding disaster there and coming up the battle ground that must not be ignored right here in the united states. if you thought governor scott walker of wisconsin was bad, wait until you see what governor john kasich of ohio is doing when it comes to picking up where walker left off. with a budget that would cut funds to schools. here's a new one for you. and even children's hospitals. how nice of them. the second front of the war on the middle class well under way. plus the very latest from wisconsin. >>> it's wednesday morning in japan and the brave souls of that country are trying to prevent the world's worst serious nuclear accident since chernobyl from becoming even a bigger disaster. at this hour the numbers are staggering. the number of c
with two fire trucks. no u.s. military personnel were lost in the quake or the tsunami in japan. all u.s. military personnel based in that country have been accounted for. that said, several sailors were given potassium iodide tablets today as a thyroid cancer preventative after they returned from flying humanitarian missions. radiation detection equipment found evidence of low levels of radiation on either the sailors or their helicopters as well as a number of additional helicopter crews later in the day. our navy says the humanitarian missions nevertheless will continue. now it's time for "the ed show." thanks for being with us tonight. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight from new york. our lead story tonight a live report coming up from japan in just a moment. the unfolding disaster there and coming up the battle ground that must not be ignored right here in the united states. if you thought governor scott walker of wisconsin was bad, wait until you see what governor john kasich of ohio is doing when it comes to picking up where walker left off. with a budge
speech because we didn't get the answers we want to know what is the end game. u.s. interests are gadhafi's got to go. killing him or capturing he's got to go because he's going to seek revenge on the united states of america. that will be his m.o. from here on out and he will sponsor terrorism unless he's gone. >> wait a minute now. he's been sponsoring terrorism. whose side are you on? are you with the terrorists, sarah, or are you with the president of the united states? did you hear that? after nine days in libya sarah palin wants an end game. now i know that palin isn't real big history buff so let's go to the archives. here is what president bush said about time tables four years after the start of the war in iraq. >> i believe artificial time tables of withdrawal would be a mistake. i will strongly reject an artificial timetable withdrawal and/or washington politicians trying to tell those who wear the uniform how to do their job. >> son of a gun. if president obama had used that kind of language last night, what do you think the palins and the boltons and the folks over at fox hav
about whether the public actually supports the president in all of this. we'll take a look at what the u.s. role should be. republicans promised to be what? the party of jobs? but their top six priorities have been anything but jobs. that's in the takedown tonight. glenn beck questions whether martin luther king was fighting for labor rights when he was assassinated and of course we're here to set the record straight at the end of the hour tonight with dignity. all right. this is the story that should have every american fired up. it comes from the -- i can't believe this department. ohio governor john kasich is kind of drunk with power. his budget plan is all about one word -- privatization -- just like the rest of the guys on the right side. now, the governor wants to sell five state-run prisons to private companies. he wants to open state parks to oil andรง gas drilling. he wants to sell leases of state-owned liquor stores for pennies on the dollar. this is a scheme let me tell you. the state of ohio licenses businesses to run liquor stores for a commission. liquor sales generate about
. the u.s. did an investigation into working conditions there and found forced prostitution and forced abortions going on. but they were a jack abramoff client so it became part of an effort by lobbyists. tonight ralph reed was speaking at the iowa faith and freedom coalition all about making sure social issues and values maintain a key spot on the republican agenda. good-bye, john ensign. in a couple years i guess it's lucky that you'll be around for the big republican legal defense of the antigay marriage ban this year. maybe you can help with that or you can consult on the gingrich campaign or become a life coach specializing in how to resign with dignity. maybe. now it's time for "the ed show." good night. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight fzol new york. this is what's on the table tonight. governor scott walker rejects talks with democratic senators even though most wisconsinites want him to just compromise. this standoff for labor rights is at a crucial tipping point. republicans are nervous tonight and the wisconsin 14 are live with us and they will r
through or four towns and now all of a sudden they can't move without u.s. -- excuse me -- coalition assistance. and we have now given that leadership for understandable reasons according to the president to share this burden to the coalition. >> mr. corb, how did the president do tonight? >> well, i thought he did terrific. and i think this was a good time for him to give the speech because he could say we have stopped the killing and we've turned it over to nato and i think what i liked best about it was he talked about the arguments of his opponents. he didn't just dismiss them. he said some people, you know, argue we shouldn't have gone on this regime change and he talked about the fact that we tried regime change by force in iraq and it's cost us over a trillion dollars and, you know, close to 5,000 american lives, over a hundred thousand iraqis. is that what you want? he also said this is not going to be won militarily, which we know, same way in afghanistan. even our commanders say it's not going to be won militarily. we're going to achieve our objective politically. we've tie
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warning to shut off gas lines and stuff like that and of course republicans, they want to cut the u.s. g.s. budget but doesn't that sound like an important investment so gas lines don't blow up if we do have a severe earthquake? >> that's one of the things i find kind of bizarre about this. i was going through the continuing resolution. first of all, there is a lot of gimmickry in this continuing resolution because a fair amount of the money being saved are called rescissions which is money not spent anyway so the sense is we're returning money back to the treasury because it didn't spend all the money allotted, etcetera. but if you're going to make an argument from the most extreme libertarian perspective there are a few things you have to conceive of as basic public goods and things like tsunami warning systems, early warning systems for seismic events are clearly public good. even in the most kind of stripped down conception of a real kind of night watchman state, those are things you want the government doing. and in the general context of the federal budget do not cost that much mon
while more u.s. forces are joining the fight, what's that all about? robert greenwald is here to talk about it. one year ago, don't you remember the conversation, republicans said it would be armageddon if this health care reform bill passed. well, since armageddon never came, and since a lot more people are being covered, we thought we'd talk about it tonight. >>> and the glenn beck channel, believe it or not, it could be a reality. i have some programming ideas. it's all coming up. >>> this is the story that has me reupfittogh lk amic vte arehang i k,yepuican governors walker kasich and snider would be out of a job. walker, would now lose to barrett by seven points. in ohio, john kasich, well, he defeated incumbent ted strickland 49% to 47%. and at this point, strickland, well, i guess you could say he would just smoke kasich by 15 points. in michigan, rick snider, very radical, very anti-public education, walked to an 18-point victory over bernerro last fall. in a hypothetical do-over -- i like do-overs -- he would now beat snyder. now, in less than five months, has the light bulb
was u.s. attorney for seven years before that. i just -- it's hard to express why don't you feel ready. it's a feeling. it's hard to describe feelings sometimes. but in my heart, i don't believe i'm ready to be president. so why would i run. >> so why would he keep talking about it? let's bring in senior fellow media matters, eric, and the reverend al sharpton. gentlemen, great to have you with us tonight. eric, fox news suspending two people who i guess they're thinking about running for president, but maybe sarah palin isn't thinking. how does huckabee and palin escape this one? >> that's a good question. i mean, what the suspensions tell us is that fox news is much more of a political operation than it is a news organization. i mean, they continue to cultivate these candidates. they give them a national platform. they give them a cushy salary. they give them a safe haven. where did mike huckabee run to today to play damage control on the kenyan nonsense. he ran to bill o'reilly and fox news. last year they gave these would-be candidates something like 80 hours of air time that if yo
wisconsin wisconsin u.s. attorney and former wisconsin state attorney general under democratic governor jim doyle. ms. lautenberger great to have you with us tonight. thanks so much. >> it's an honor to be with you, ed. >> you bet. problem number one, as you see it, for scott walker at this hour legally. >> well, i think there are a number of issues here. a lot of them are potential legal issues but i think there are a couple that are important. number one is the law in wisconsin is still collective bargaining is the name of the game. and until the governor is capable of repealing that law he has an obligation to bargain collectively with the public sector unions. what we're seeing today is that the governor not only has denied sitting at the bargaining table, an unfair labor practice in wisconsin, but as well, the governor said today through his press spokesperson that he didn't have time for collective bargaining. >> okay. >> so we have that issue. >> all right. >> let's start with that. >> i want to talk about his possible legal problems. i mean, what problems could he face admitting tha
, and get it in the u.s. pipeline. it does happen what's happening worldwide on oil and gas. >> even after bloomberg reported that we've got an 18-year high supply of oil and gas? what about that? >> that's the nutty thing. you're absolutely right. we have a historic high of supply, and fairly stable demand. so when you say why are prices rising, it gives credence to the issue that speculators may be a having a big influence. we're looking at it. but if you go back to 2008, where we also had large supply, limited demand, ed, we saw prices of gas, as you reported, go over $4 a gallon. oil was at $147.27. there's no other reason that i can see, no one can explain why prices were that high. but we did have $200 billion of speculative interests come into the markets over a several-year period. and i think that helped spike prices up. again, i think they're tapping the gas pedal when they get into markets, if they have a big footprint. i'm not suggesting that they are driving it. certainly the middle east and other issues are having some impact also. >> commissioner, where does president obama
than a million u.s. jobs. john mccain and his corporate backers love these trade agreements. they helped send american jobs to underpaid foreigners and make sure the products like iphones are never made in the united states of america again. if you think this isn't related to what's going on in wisconsin and around the country you better think again. when you bust unions and get rid of their bargaining power it is easier to fire workers and shift their jobs overseas. when i slammed john mccain for not knowing iphones are made in china, i'm not doing it because he is old. i'm doing it because he doesn't care about the consequences. that's the takedown. >>> still ahead everyone is talking about gas prices, food prices, we'll tell you how wall street is making it happen. in the key decision facing president obama over what to do about it all. and democrats taking a stand for workers against the mitch daniels agenda in the hoosier state will go to an undisclosed location and talk to the leaders. we can't forget them. the leaders of the indiana 37. homes all across america: we cr
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